Citing Sources: APA, MLA & Chicago Styles

Citing Sources: APA, MLA & Chicago Styles

Formatting your works cited page

List materials cited in the human body of this paper within the “Works Cited” part located at the finish of this paper. Organize sources alphabetically. Begin each entry with an indent that is hanging and make use of double spacing, such as this:

Ellison, Ralph. Hidden Man. Random Home, 2002.

Gateward, Frances K., and John Jennings, editors. The Blacker the Ink: Constructions of Ebony Identity in Comics and Sequential Art. Rutgers UP, 2015.

When there is no book date or page numbers, leave it away. Utilize “U” to abbreviate University and “P” to abbreviate Press. Add all information essential for somebody else to find the resource that is same. Continue reading “Citing Sources: APA, MLA & Chicago Styles”